I am a regular reader of Clean India Journal, and go through all the articles in the magazine.
The magazine caters to the needs of the manufacturers, traders and professionals in the cleaning and hygiene industry by providing up-to-date information on various subjects relevant to the industry, and introducing various product and service brands available in the Indian market.
I would request you to include regular articles on the science behind cleaning, and various cleaning formulations and methods suitable for the Indian market.
Proprietor, Vetas Pharmaceuticals, Thrissur, Kerala
Iam a regular reader and a die-hard fan of Clean India Journal. I missed its physical presence dearly during the lockdown period. It was a
very pleasant surprise when I received the issue recently by courier. It’s nice to see its comeback with the same intensity and even more information.
Clean India Journal has no parallel and comparison with any other and has established a benchmark for itself, which is difficult to surpass. My hearty congratulations and best wishes to your team for such excellent work which is informative, sustaining, educative and above all, worth waiting for. Thank you Team Clean India!
MD – Paws Pestaways Pvt Ltd, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Supports small players too
Iam pleased to have Asia’s cleaning and hygiene news hub back on my desk. I found truly great industry insights in the last issue. The Special Report on Restarting Housekeeping with coverage of IHS 2020 was a guide for small players like us, as to which direction we must focus on in 2021.
The Asian Housekeeping Awards were inspiring. Rebooting Pharma and Odour vs ODF is a huge area of focus and could generate enormous opportunities in Sanitation & Infection Control Chemical supplies, as well as relative Service Systems. As a housekeeping and sanitation chemicals manufacturer, I look forward to more and more interesting articles in upcoming issues of the Clean India Journal.
D. Mansi Sanjivani Industries, Belgaum, Karnataka
Draws attention to innovation
The three stakeholders of sanitation are private business, the government sector and NGOs. Readership can be increased if you write about NGOs, and on topics of their interest, in a journalistic, non-academic style, as you have been doing. Readers will appreciate this as well as the synopsis of studies, reviews of books, and the sharing of relevant information.
In my first column, I had written about Gandhvedh, a device to control odour in community toilets. After reading this, people are getting interested in the product. The government needs to know about the new technology that is available, and Clean India Journal should continue featuring this as and when possible.
Ex-Officer on Special Duty, Slum Sanitation Program, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.